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24/05/2019RabatGlassdoor.com

 

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About the World Bank Group:

Established in 1944, the WBG is one of the world's largest sources of funding and knowledge for development solutions. In fiscal year 2018, the WBG committed $67 billion in loans, grants, equity investments and guarantees to its members and private businesses, of which $24 billion was concessional finance to its poorest members. It is governed by 188-member countries and delivers services out of 120 offices with nearly 15,000 staff located globally.
The WBG consists of five specialized institutions: the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), the International Development Association (IDA), the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), and the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). The World Bank is organized into six client-facing Regional Vice-Presidencies, several corporate functions and thirteen Global Practices to bring best-in-class knowledge and solutions to regional and country clients.

Governance Global Practice Context

Sound governance and effective institutions are essential for achieving shared prosperity and sustained reductions in poverty. A rapidly-growing body of analytic work demonstrates that there are clear linkages between good governance and the quality of health and education services, and that the poor often suffer disproportionately from lack of alternatives. Countries capable of improving governance are able to use their human and financial resources more efficiently with fewer losses and distortions. They are able to attract higher levels of foreign and domestic investment and, on average, grow more rapidly.
The Governance Global Practice (GGODR) brings together professionals in procurement, financial management, taxation, public management, regulatory policy, transparency, digital governance, law and development, anticorruption, and social accountability to develop innovative, integrated solutions to essential institutional/governance challenges and objectives. The practice utilizes a problem-driven, diagnostic approach, combining global comparative knowledge of reform successes and failures with keen understanding of the institutional challenges and opportunities of developing countries. Specifically, the Governance Global Practice provides support through the following thematic groups: Solutions and Innovations in Procurement (SIP), Financial Accountability and Reporting (FAR) and Public Sector and Institutions (PSI).

Solutions and Innovations in Procurement (SIP)

Solutions and Innovations in Procurement (SIP) Group focuses on advancing modern and open procurement systems, integrity in procurement and its fiduciary functions. The Group is engaged in the implementation of a Procurement Framework that went into effect in 2016, which has introduced greater levels of flexibility and enhanced procurement options while emphasizing the importance of proper planning and good contract management. The Framework aims at creating space to work on the crucial aspects of public procurement, institutions and capacity building at the country level.
The World Bank Middle East and North Africa attaches importance to creating a supportive work environment, based on the values of team work, transparency, trust, client service and professional excellence. SIP-MENA has the overall responsibility for the management of the procurement function under the leadership of the Procurement Practice Manager, located in Washington (HQ). Procurement staff provides strong support to the task teams and enhance the quality and efficiency of the Bank's services to Clients by maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards. Procurement activities are largely decentralized through the establishment of procurement teams in Country Offices (CO) including Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, Yemen, Djibouti, Iraq and the West Bank and Gaza. Four Senior Procurement specialists also function as Country Procurement Coordinators (CPCs) for assigned countries. All procurement staff members are managed by a Practice Manager (PM), who is based at the World Bank Headquarters in Washington DC.

SCOPE OF WORK:

The local Procurement Consultant will be based in the Morocco Country Office and will be working with the Country Procurement Team within the Governance Global Practice (GGOPM)- Solutions and Innovations in Procurement Unit to provide support for projects in the portfolio and help build the procurement system and capacity in the Country. The Procurement Consultant will be working under the overall guidance of the Practice Manager and the Country Procurement Coordinator for the Maghreb. Because procurement is key to enable a timely and effective response to the government's requests, a very important part of the work would therefore be to help the procurement team to provide this expected support expeditiously while avoiding unnecessary delays.

The following are the duties and responsibilities of the Procurement Consultant:

Provide support to the ongoing efforts to modernize the public procurement system in the country such as facilitating the participation of SMEs in public procurement markets; advising government on enhancement of e-government procurement systems and data analytics;
Work with key stakeholders (e.g. Chambers of Commerce, Regional Investment Centers, the National Agency for SMEs (Maroc PME), etc) on the design and delivery of a training program and a customized toolkit for Morocco to equip SMEs with the tools and skills needed to participate in public procurement markets,
Work with The Commission Nationale de la Commande Publique (CNCP) on developing a national strategy for the professionalization of the procurement function, under the Public Procurement Reform ASA,
Provide support on procurement matters in the performance of the Bank's fiduciary and service functions, seeking support from colleagues, as needed,
Assess implications of project design, evaluate institutional capacity of implementing agencies and assist Clients in the development of suitable Project Procurement Strategies for Development (PPSDs) and Procurement Plans.
Provide implementation support to ongoing projects, ensuring timely completion of PRAMS, monitoring the quality of data entered into STEP (Procurement plan, information on transactions, etc) and providing advice for addressing procurement delays and/or capacity constraints,
Assist borrower agencies in handling procurement issues and questions/complaints from senior officials and contractors on bidding and award issues;
Contribute to the design and conduct of procurement training for project implementing agencies in Morocco;
Prepare a range of procurement-related documents and reports such as contribution to project appraisal documents (PAD);
Conduct prior and post reviews of procurement documents and prepare post review reports on the findings, recommendations and proposed actions,
Contribute to the quality of GGOPM outcomes and monitoring of these outcomes. Help the PM office to provide timely and accurate information through periodic update of the Procurement Portfolio Dashboard. This includes information on Procurement Plans, PPRs, PRAMS, PPSDs, complaints handling, time recording etc.

The Procurement Consultant will plan his/her work program in close consultation with the Country Procurement Coordinator and EFI as well as procurement colleagues based in Morocco Country Office.
Selection Criteria

Master level degree in one of the relevant disciplines (e.g. Business Administration, Engineering, Commerce, or Law)
A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience.
Knowledge of the Bank's procurement policies, processes and procedures.
Basic experience in the non-technical aspects of procurement processing and analysis at all stages of the project cycle
Proven analytical and evaluative skills including the ability to provide well-researched analyses of key procurement issues
Very good written and verbal communication skills in French and English, including the ability to prepare, present and discuss findings in written and oral form.
Ability to communicate and function effectively in multi-disciplinary teamse
Note: The selected candidate will be offered a one-year appointment, renewable for an additional one year, at the discretion of the World Bank Group, and subject to a lifetime maximum ET Appointment of two years. If an ET appointment ends before a full year, it is considered as a full year toward the lifetime maximum. Former and current ET staff who have completed all or any portion of their second-year ET appointment are not eligible for future ET appointments.
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Lieu du poste: Rabat, Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaer
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